5 Reasons To Jump And Fly At Trampoline Park Manila
Get your dose of fun and fitness at one of the first and largest indoor trampoline parks in the country. Trampoline Park Manila is a new indoor attraction packed with activities tailor-fit for children and adults who are young at heart.
Trampoline Park Manila opened its doors in February 2016. Shay Yellin, who co-founded the indoor park with Mark Hogsden, said that when Mark told him about the huge potential and fun of the trampoline park concept in the UK, he agreed right away to bring it to the Philippines.
“We knew that Filipinos would love it,” Shay added, and he was absolutely correct. When we visited the place, we jumped on interconnected trampolines, played on basketball lanes, and dived into thousands of foam cubes. At that moment, we felt young again in an instant. Lakas makabata! Being adult can be tough and sometimes, we just want to beat stress and relax.
So, whether you are a kid, teen, or feeling bagets, here are five reasons you’re going to want to defy gravity, get fit, and jump together with your family and friends.
1Trampoline jumping has several health benefits.
The benefits of trampolining go far beyond recreation. It’s a total physical workout with astonishing health perks. You can burn up to 1,000 calories in just one hour. Say goodbye to your fat!
The entire Trampoline Park Manila is your fitness playground. You can join the Aerodance Workout or the Gravity Fitness. These are workout and fitness classes that will help you on your journey to becoming fit, healthy, and happy.
2It awakens your inner child.
Jump to the softest landing ever on their giant foam pit, let loose, and play like a child. Have a break from all the pressures of adult life.
“Trampoline Park Manila has brought back the child in me,” Shay revealed that they get endless great reviews from their guests such as this. And a lot of them say that the park has helped them feel like happy kids again.
3It’s a fun venue for some much-needed bonding.
When it comes to finding a venue for team building or family bonding, the choices might seem endless. But when you combine dodgeball, volleyball, or basketball with trampolines, the search is definitely over. At Trampoline Park Manila, you can play these sports like no else! Imagine yourself and your buddies jumping on the trampolines while trying to hit the opposing team and dodging their attacks. The last team standing wins!
And what better way to spend your Friday and Saturday nights than experiencing Gravity DJ Beats? Groove to the music played by the park’s resident DJ. Yes, they have a DJ!
4It’s a party place for birthdays and special occasions.
So, your kid’s birthday is coming up and you want to make it special? Let him and his friends jump, fly, laugh, and play fun trampoline games. Package rates start at PHP 695 per person for one-hour jumping and two hours on the party viewing deck.
Shay said that the most heartening reviews they’ve received are after birthday parties. “When parents see how much fun their kids have on their special day, they really cannot stop thanking us. That really makes a big difference.”
For food requirements, you can contact the Trampoline Park Manila via email or mobile. Bringing in of own food is allowed, but subject to corkage fees.
5It’s an amazing place to learn something new.
As of this writing, Trampoline Park has approximately 16 staff members. According to Shay, some of them are experienced and trained Parkour experts. They also teach visitors the art of jumping, just like what Sir Mel demonstrated to us—the knee bounce, hip bounce, and back bounce.
If you want to learn how to bounce properly or flip like crazy, join their parkour lessons every day between 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
We wonder what grade Sir Mel gave us. Have we been good students?
- Trampoline Park Manila has lockers in the viewing deck and near the entrance, which are for free. The lockers in the Gravity Café, however, are charged with PHP 20.
- Guests are required to watch the safety video before going inside. Pay attention and follow the safety rules.
- Trampoline Park Manila is a bit limited in space. There are no showers at the moment, but they said they plan to add this in the future. Be sure to bring extra clothes.
- Saturdays and Sundays are the busiest days of the week, usually accommodating a lot of visitors. If you want less crowd, go on a weekday.
- A pair of gravity socks costs PHP 80. You can use them on your next visits.